The Historic Pocono Auction Gallery
PO BOX 2007
212 SUMMIT AVE.
POCONO SUMMIT, PA 18346
THE POCONOS OLDEST AUCTION GALLERY
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We know the difference. We have to prove it every day, that’s our job. What you get from the Pocono Auction Gallery is a straight forward, honest auction experience. We run a 100% ABSOLUTE AUCTION. No reserves, no minimum bids, no BS. Our buyers and sellers know that they are getting a fair shake each and every time they walk through our doors. Compare our services to any other auctioneer in the business. We work harder, we advertise better, and we pay attention to the details. Why should you expect less? If you have any questions about our company or the auction process, give us a call, we’ll do our very best to help you.
I wore this frock coat in Washington, before the war. We wore them because we belonged to the Five Civilized Tribes. We dressed ourself up like Abraham Lincoln. You know, we got to see the Secretary of the Interior. He said, “Boy! You boys sure look civilized!” He congratulated us, and he gave us medals for looking so civilized. We told him about how our land had been stolen. Our people were dying. When we finished, he shook our hands and said, “Endeavor to persevere.” They stood us in a line–John Jumper, Junior McIntosh, Buffalo Hump, Jim Pockmark, and me. I’m Lone Watie. They took our pictures, and the newspapers said, “Indians Vow to Endeavor to Persevere.” We thought about it for a long time. “Endeavor to persevere”. And when we had thought about it long enough, we declared war on the Union.
Lone Watie “The Outlaw Josey Wales”